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Why the F**K can't people read simple signs? Seriously, why?
Condo board posted notices on every ones door regarding putting recycling in the recycling bin and garbage in the garbage bin. Some can't seem to do this. This at least here adds to the costs from the service providers to sort the garbage from the recycling. Thus condo fees go up. Residence complained about it. Then as usual I spoke without filter, "Then learn to fucking read!".
Signs are posted on all bins. They are very clearly marked and you can't possible confuse them, yet some can.
Same thing for me at work: the second we put up a sign, everyone becomes illiterate.
Don't get me started on staff, and notices. I swear half of them shouldn't have graduated from high school..Not to mention have degrees.
@Sintacs I really don't find Sean Evans to be as lackluster as you two seem to but I do understand the point where he seems unaffected by the wings. I mean, the guy does this 1-3 times a week. Sometimes he dies a little but most of the time he's pretty collected. He actually talks about it a little bit on the most recent episode.
You can watch him die eating the carolina reaper if you like.
There is a part in Bad Boys at the end where there is a car chase. Smith and Lawrence win and you see a scene of them and the girl in the back driving off..... Though its clear when you catch a glimpse of them that its definitely not will smith and martin Lawrence in the car. THe one guy even looks like a white guy with a black painted face and they go from sitting up to trying to duck and hide their heads under the dash ..... while driving.
Today weather was more stable and water stopped rising (for now) but we're expecting more rain this week. So, we remain under high alert for now and waiting anxiously for a few sunny days so the water can recede back.
Also, things are so bad here, i found a humpback whale illegally parked in my driveway this morning...lol
A random Google search will bring up articles that explain why. Here's one.
I actually upgraded with the Anniversary Update last summer first and lost Cortana like this guy did. Even though I don't use Cortana, loosing a big promoted feature of the OS is rather embarrassing for Microsoft.
And of course you need to re-install everything with a clean install; that's the point my good sir! And it's very difficult to download the wrong drivers considering you have them on installation discs or automated programs, like GeForce Experience, that do them for you. For Windows 10 autodownloading, it's going to do that with forced updates anyway; that's one of the criticisms of the OS.
Of course upgrading is easier and faster, but if you know how to format your system and get everything going it's simply cleaner and there's less chance of conflicts from old system files being ported over. Most people won't encounter an issue with upgrading, but it can happen.
And a difference can be noticed, outside of possible performance issues, mostly via minor layout differences.
I never said there was a problem with the registry, I said doing a clean install cleans it up, seeing as how it recreates it. That's true. Over several upgrades though, so many old system files are floating around that it apparently can affect performance and takes up gigs of HDD space. Or so I've read, since I always format myself.
And you only reboot your PC once a year?
As anyone else installed or upgraded to Windows 10 Creators Update?
I formatted my system and clean installed everything this past Thursday
why are you going through all this? the days of having to format and clean install are long gone unless your system is somehow royally fucked.
What do you mean by "going through all this?" With Windows 10, formatting a system has become a complete breeze and can be done in half the time it used to be.
Upgrading is of course easier, but also has significantly more potential to lead to problems.
installing windows via USB is fast and a breeze, sure, but upgrading is even easier and to be honest you can't tell the difference once you do it. like at all. there isn't this problem with registry files etc you cite. I'm pretty sure you format your system more often than I reboot mine.